New Products
Nov. 6, 2007 - Frasca's newest version of their visual system, TruVision Global, will be on display in the Frasca booth (#3940) at I/ITSEC, Nov. 26-29) Orlando, FL.
Nov. 6, 2007, La Jolla, Calif. - Blue Sky Network today announced that VIH Helicopters Ltd. has chosen Blue Sky Network tracking equipment for its global fleet. Over the coming year, Canada-based VIH will install over fifty Blue Sky Network D1000C and ACH1000 kits on its entire aircraft fleet.
Nov. 1, 2007, McMinnville, OR — Evergreen Unmanned Systems (EUS) will debut its new unmanned aircraft system (UAS) on Thursday, Nov. 1, in Arlington, Ore., at the Arlington Municipal Airport.
Oct. 31, 2007, Moorpark, CA -  AKV, Inc has received FAA STC and PMA approval for the new BK117 Twin Engine Cycle Counter. The new BK117 Cycle Counter allows operators to fully conform with the engine manufacturer requirement for Gas Producer (Ng) and Free Turbine (Np) cycle counting.
Oct. 31, 2007, Moorpark, CA -  AKV, Inc has received FAA STC and PMA approval for the new BK117 Twin Engine Cycle Counter. 
Oct. 24, 2007, Delta, BC – SEI Industries Ltd. is proud to announce the 25th anniversary of the Bambi Bucket – the proven world standard in aerial firefighting.
DART Helicopter Services has announced that their affiliated partner, DART Aerospace Ltd, has received EASA approval of their revolutionary Round-I-BeamTM skidtube for the Bell 206/A/B/L/L1/L3/L4/407 models.  Both standard and float configurations are available. Canada and FAA approval have been previously received.
DND NRC joint research project
Standing room only at the Vancouver convention
DART Helicopter Services and their affiliated partner, DART Aerospace Ltd., have received approval from both Transport Canada and EASA for their Automatic Door Opener designed for medium Bell aircraft.
SEI Industries Ltd. has announced the release of the BB2226, a 1000 liter/264 USG Bambi Bucket designed specifically to provide an optimum balance between capacity and weight
Keeping a helicopter in the air demands access to a steady supply of backup parts in case the machine breaks down.
For the most part, we work in a single-pilot environment. It is not an unusual occurrence to find ourselves flying alone, bereft of company save the odd mosquito, and left to our individual thoughts and devices.
Operators of all sizes and fleet mixes are leaving no rotor unturned in their drive to maintain operations and preferably grow them in the face of a range of obstacles.

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